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CH Throttle quadrant and autobrakes

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I posted yesterday that I was pleased with my CH quadrant - and I am - but I've got one glitch.In the PMDG (all models) the autobrakes no longer work on RTO and landing since I went to separate throttles for each engine and calibrated them for reversers as well.I've got a decent dead zone setup in fsuipc, so that the throttles are DEFINITELY at idle, not in reverse. But when rejecting a takeoff above 90 knots or when landing, I don't get the autobrakes any more.Has anyone else had a similar experience and did you find a solution?I'm not too worried - I'm much happier having throttles that I can yank back into reverse (and props I can feather on the 1900), but if there is a solution I'd like to find it.Best Wishes,

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Tim,Try to set a dead zone on the brake axis as well. Noise from the pedals might disarm the autobrakes. That is my experience.Hope it helps,


Mats Johansson
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Hi, disable the filter option when calibrating CH-Hardware. I had the same problem with the toe brakes of the pedals. Best regards Jan-Paul


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Took both your suggestions and SUCCESS!Now I'm REALLY happy.I love this forum.Thanks again!

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Where is the filter option?

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>Where is the filter option?In the registered version of FSUIPC, when you use it to calibrate a joystick, there is a filter option that helps reduce noise on some controllers.

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